Android Q will bring an iconic Apple iPhone feature to Android

Android Q will bring an iconic Apple iPhone feature to Android

Introduced in 2015 with the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, 3D Touch allows iOS users to press (as opposed to touch) the screen to see previews, details, and shortcuts Some applications allow users to Peek and Pop. For example, you can get a preview of an address in the Maps app That's a "Peek." Applying a little harder force will "Pop" you into the app Note that for technical reasons related to the Liquid Retina display on the iPhone XR, that model does not feature 3D Touch In Android 8...

Microsoft to bring its best car racing game to Android and iOS

Microsoft to bring its best car racing game to Android and iOS

Microsoft has just announced that its best car racing franchise will make its debut on mobile later this year The game is called Forza Street and seems to be part of Microsoft's best-selling racing franchise, and, more importantly, will be free-to-play As a matter of fact, Microsoft confirmed Forza Street is now available as a free-to-play title for Windows 10 users, so if you don't want to wait for the mobile version, you can start playing right away after you download it from the Microsoft St...

Android 10 Q may bring swipe from side gesture to augment the back key

Android 10 Q may bring swipe from side gesture to augment the back key

The days when you had to root, jailbreak or install third-party apps in order to avoid stretching all the way up or down while holding the phone with one hand are now gone, and every manufacturer is coping with "all-screen" phones gesture navigation in a different way  Apple's non-customizable but fluid and simple gestures on its notch-y iPhones take the iOS cake, while Huawei's rich set employs an innovative side-sliding one that replaces the back key as the one that forces you to stretch down...

Google says it will bring back feature it removed with first beta version of Android Q

Google says it will bring back feature it removed with first beta version of Android Q

Android 9 Pie users don't know how good they have it Android Q will not allow users to swipe to the left or to the right to dismiss a notification In the next build of Android, swiping to the right is the only way to rid yourself of a notification; swiping to the left reveals a button allowing users to snooze a notification, or block it In Android 9 Pie, you can swipe in either direction to remove a notification while a slower swipe will reveal the aforementioned snooze and block buttons But...